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Hayabusa2 back Earth

This is actually the #Hayabusa2 return capsule after it’s return to earth. Retrieved capsule contain two samples from the Ryugu asteroid, including the first subsurface asteroid sample ever collected. Scientists believe that organic matter and water existed on the asteroid when the solar system was created around 4.6 billion years ago.

Space scientists believe study of primordial material believed to be contained in the samples will help give inquisitive question more study further research into the origins of life on Earth and the evolution of the solar system.

Japanese space agency said it retrieved from the Australian desert on Sunday a tiny capsule returned to Earth from its Hayabusa2 space probe, hoping it has safely transported samples from the Ryugu asteroid that could help explain the origins of life.

The capsule appeared as a bright fireball lasting several dozen seconds as it re-entered Earth’s atmosphere before dawn, its protective heat shield glowing as it reached temperatures of approximately 3,000 C.

Today (12/6) at 08:03 JST, the helicopter carrying the capsule arrived at local headquarters and the capsule was brought inside the building.

A capsule containing fragments of asteroid “#Ryugu” about 300 million kilometres away from earth lands in Woomera, Australia after it was released from Japanese spacecraft. Capsule from #Hayabusa2 will be taken to Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency’s lab in Sagamihara, Tokyo.

#Hayabusa2 capsule fireball crosses the sky headed for the Woomera Prohibited Area reports Australia space agency.

A capsule containing fragments of asteroid “#Ryugu” about 300 million kilometres away from earth lands in Woomera, Australia after it was released from Japanese spacecraft. Capsule from #Hayabusa2 will be taken to Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency’s lab in Sagamihara, Tokyo

By Naresh Sagar

Mentor MSME, Motivator, Media Event Org, Management fiscal & Water management.Social Media branding,Internet broadcasters,Propunder of Indian Philosophy

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